K–12 Access Solutions in a Class by Themselves
dormakaba’s Aurora software platform provides centralized monitoring and management of controlled entry and exit points throughout your entire facility.
Keeping students, faculty and staff safe at school can be a huge challenge. Modern security threats, the number of personnel at schools requiring different levels of access, making visitors feel welcomed, and securing large campuses and districts are just a few challenges.
Newer schools are designed with a prominent entryway, fewer access points, and perimeter safety measures. Now is the time to look at upgrading existing classrooms and overall campus security.
dormakaba integrated access management systems are engineered and designed to address various safety challenges. No matter the size of your school, campus or district, our Aurora software platform provides centralized monitoring and management of controlled entry and exit points throughout your entire facility—offices, classrooms, gymnasium, hallways, and perimeter. Our software and award-winning SHELTER lockdown system are capable of locking every opening of a building or campus with the press of a button, instantly creating a secure environment ,and significantly reducing the risk to all occupants.
Learn more about how our complete product portfolio can meet your school’s needs.
- Door Hardware
- Electronic Access
- Movable Walls & Partitions
- Interior Glass Systems
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